Postgraduate Studies

 

 

The Postgraduate Studies Programme
“Political Science and History”

 

The Postgraduate Studies Programme (PSP) “Political Science and History” was founded in 2003 and gives admission up to 60 students per academic year. Studies are free of charge and their duration is three academic semesters. The sum total of the ECTS required for obtaining the Master’s Degree are ninety (90), thirty (30) of them for every semester and thirty (30) for the Dissertation.

The PSP is articulated on the basis of two (2) Specialisations:

A. Political Science, with two distinct fields:

  1. Political Sociology and Comparative Politics
  2. Social Theory and Political Philosophy

Β. Modern and Contemporary History.

The PSP grants a Master of Science (Msc) Degree having the title “Political Science and History” while stating one of the above Specialisations and the corresponding Field.

The PSP programme is supported by more than 50 teachers, and more specifically a) the Department Academic Staff, b) members of the Academic Staff from other Panteion University Departments, c) Academic Staff from other Universities, d) researchers from Research Institutes and Centers.

The PSP programme is taught in Greek but is includes also courses given in English and French.
A special quality of this PSP consists in the fact that its students are not obliged to attend a common for all Studies Programme, but each of them can form his/her own individual programme of studies, being allowed to choose from a wide range of elective courses, after consulting the Studies Tutor.

 

 

POSTGRADUATE COURSES

 

All courses are taught in Greek except for the ones in blue letters which are taught in English or in French.

 

WINTER SEMESTER

11M013

History, historiography and conceptualization I

KOTARIDIS NIKOS

11M019

Historical and dialectical constitution of concepts

FARAKLAS GEORGES

11M025

Contentious politics, collective action, social movements

SEFERIADES SERAPHIM

11M041

Concepts and semasiological fields:anti-totalitarianism and national mindedness

PAPADIMITRIOU DESPINA

11M043

Historical Sociology

ANDRIAKAINA ELENI

11M250

Epistemology of Democracy and Modernity

CONTOGIORGIS GEORGE

11M089

The Greek National Question and Europe: 1830-1913

LOUVI LINA

11M099

Approaching to the Concept of the Political

ANANIADIS GRIGORIS

11M224

Cultural and social history of the youth (1949-1974)

KATSAPIS KOSTAS

11M248

Right-wing populism and extremism in Greece: The heritage of the ‘60s, regime change, economic crisis

GEORGIADOU VASSILIKI 

11M256

Global transformations and the Balkans (18th-21rst centuries): Historical and Anthropological perspectives

KOULOURI CHRISTINA, LYBERATOS ANDREAS, ANGELIDOU ALIKI

11M267

Antiquity and the Western World:  From the battle of the books to the French Revolution

AVLAMI CHRYSSANTHI

11M273

Theoretical approaches to everyday life

MITSOPOULOU CHRYSSOULA

11M278

Questions of Late Ottoman and Turkish history

LAMBROU ALEXANDROS

11M281

Censorship: Interdisciplinary approaches

PETSINI PENELOPE, CHRISTOPOULOS DIMITRIS

SPRING SEMESTER

11M035

The Greek Civil War: history and historiography   

PAPASTRATIS PROCOPIS

11M045

Postwar Economic History of Greece   

IORDANOGLOU CHRYSSAFIS

11Μ052

History, historiography and conceptualization II 

KOTARIDIS NIKOS

11M079

Parties and party families in the European Union: The Center-Left and Radical Left party families   

MOSCHONAS GERASSIMOS

11M092

Ananalysis of political action and communication in social media

KOLLIAS ANDREAS

11M209

European Union and public policy: new challenges   

LADI STELLA

11M218

The historical construction of the Greek student movement and its intervention in the dynamics of the 20th century 

KALAFATIS THANASSIS

11M226

EuropeanIdentities

KOULOURI CHRISTINA, LEOUSSI ATHENA

11M228

Contemporary Greek foreign policy 1941-1990   

LAGANI IRINI

11M245

Migration in the Modern and Contemporary Era      

VENTURAS LINA

11M255

Alienation, ideology, subject and modern thought   

FOUFAS NIKOS

11M271

Empirical political analysis: comparative social and political data analysis(inter-university seminar)

KAKEPAKI MANINA, KOUNTOURI FANI, PANTELIDOU-MALOUTA MARO, KOLLIAS ANDREAS

11M272

Political freedom and sovereignty. Aristotle and Rousseau’s understandings of political freedom   

DIMITRIOU STEPHANOS

11M274

Historical Sociology of Intellectuals: From the Theoretical Debates to their Role in Critical Phases of Modernity

BOGIATZIS VASSILIOS

11M279

The paradox of autonomy. Freedom and normative commitment: Kant, Nietzsche, Habermas, Castoriadis

XIROPAIDIS GEORGIOS

 

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